Category Random Stuff       Thread starter Wultra       Start date Sep 16, 2016 at 6:42 AM       4,137       19            
Following the addition of SSL to PSXHAX and some HTTPS assistance a couple of users (including @abzii) were having trouble accessing certain HTTPS sites on Windows XP and XP PRO SP3, and from the title you know that one of these sites was PSXHAX.COM.

I have found a fix for people below who are using certain OS's.

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Fix Below

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Image: PSXHAX Working on Windows XP Pro SP3 With Firefox

Requirements:
| Windows XP PRO SP3 |
| Firefox 32.0.3 |
| Installing Latest Update For Windows XP |
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I was not able to find any real solution other than using downgraded FireForx version 32.0.3. So I would have to continue using FireFox v.32.0.3 whenever I hit that ERR_SSL_VERSION_OR_CIPHER_MISMATCH error in Chrome. Version 33 and 34 may also work - it looks like the latest version of FireFox that still works with SSLv3 would be 34. However, I am using 32.0.3.

Here is the link to install English Win32 version of FireFox v.32.0.3 from Mozilla official FTP site:

Firefox Setup 32.0.3.exe -- 24-Sep-2014 05:21 -- 34Mb

You would need to disable autoupdates so it does not catch that SSLv3 paranoia again:

Menu btn > Options icon > "Update" tab > "Never check for updates"

I was "lucky" that I disabled Firefox updates some time ago and ended up with Firefox version 32 which is not afraid of POODLE and it will be kept that way (i.e. without upgrades), so I have some way to read those poor socially excluded websites with SSL 3.0 next time Chrome shows me

Security Notes

  • If this is your laptop and you often browse from public WiFi, try not to use that FireFox while on a public WiFi, or someone evil may steal your https cookies (below)
  • If you do not trust your Internet Provider, delete all existing FireFox cookies and do not ever use that FireFox to login into any sensitive websites, or your evil Internet Provider may steal your https cookies (below).
Here is the root cause of this error:
  • The HTTPS site I wanted to connect to only supports old version of TLS called SSL 3.0 or SSLv3
  • That version 3.0 of SSL is proven to be insecure, because of the newly discovered POODLE vulnerability (here is much better description of POODLE) which can only be exploited if you ever visit unsecured WiFi with malicious owner who would then trick you to visit his malicious website with certain Javascript (or inject malicious Javascript into non-protected HTTP response from a regular website you are visiting there).

  • That malicious Javascript that would need to submit to about 8,000 web requests from your browser to some good site that they know you use, and then, if everything works perfect, they may get to conclude the value of your 32-byte cookie. They would need around 256 requests on average to decrypt one byte. Multiply that with the number of bytes in the cookie, and most often, this attack can be done in seconds or minutes. As far as I understand, even then they would not be able to actually intercept your HTTPS communication. Well, stealing your cookie is bad, don't get me wrong.
  • Because I visit WiFi hotspots full of POODLE hackers with my desktop computer in a bag every other day, Google has rightfully decided to protect me from reading those old sites that cannot be reconfigured for using more recent version of SSL, without giving me any option to decide on it. Why is that important? Because for example people run certain hardware that is being administered through HTTPS SSLv3 interface and upgrades are not always possible, for example Tomato and DD-WRT routers - dd-wrt 25408, Asus RT-N66U, Linksys e4200, etc. To see what kind of hoops people have to jump through with Wireshark and lower lever SSL debugging to make their routers back accessible, click here.
Tried this, and it DID NOT WORK for me, because I have Chrome version 41. Apparently IT DID WORK for some people who had Chrome version before 40, so I am still posting it from here:
  • Copy this to your address bar in chrome: chrome://flags
  • Find a setting named "Minimum SSL/TLS version supported."
  • Choose SSLv3
  • Click on "Relaunch now" button
  • Go back to the HTTPS page that was giving you ERR_SSL_VERSION_OR_CIPHER_MISMATCH error
  • You will be redirected to a "Your connection is not private" page. If you do not worry about this security issue click on the "Advanced" link.
  • Click on "Proceed to <your https page> (unsafe)".
SOURCE: BITEXPERTS
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Comments

abzii

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thanx for the help @VultraAID but i cant find "Minimum SSL/TLS version supported." in the settings BUT i did download the latest firefox 47.0.1 and as i type its working :D but in chrome or IE i cant seem to access it or even find that setting in chrome://flags
 

Wultra

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thanx for the help @VultraAID but i cant find "Minimum SSL/TLS version supported." in the settings BUT i did download the latest firefox 47.0.1 and as i type its working :D but in chrome or IE i cant seem to access it or even find that setting in chrome://flags
The setting wont be showing in the Chrome:..flags dude to google removing it dude to The Poodle Attacks with SSLV3.. Ive added the following Links to this comment and also you will maybe need to be on Chrome 38 or Lower to enforce SSLv3
 

abzii

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so i need to download a lower version of chrome to get it going again? well im on firefox atm and ill only use it for psxhax but real good job for helping me and anyone else for that matter...what do i owe you ?

p.s im a male so i dont swing that way :ROFLMAO:
 

Wultra

Developer
Senior Member
Contributor
so i need to download a lower version of chrome to get it going again? well im on firefox atm and ill only use it for psxhax but real good job for helping me and anyone else for that matter...what do i owe you ?

p.s im a male so i dont swing that way :ROFLMAO:
you dont owe anyone nothing this site a community site where people comes for news on PS Products and Jailbreak
 

PSXHAX

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Thanks for that confirmation @misiozol, and @abzii if you can confirm for me that what @VultraAID posted worked for you (it sounds like it does?) then even if he doesn't want anything from you I'd still like to make a small donation to him for his time on behalf of the site :cool:

I don't completely follow why without these extra 'nuances' posted in this thread our site PSXHAX.COM doesn't just work as sites like 'Xenforo.com' do, but as long as a working fix is available for XP users I will let sleeping dogs lie. :X3:
 
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